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TODDLERS- 2 year olds

Our Toddler class is reserved for children who are 2 years old. The focus is on five key developmental areas:

  • Sensory and perceptual development
  • Self-help skills
  • Physical and motor skills
  • Social and emotional growth

The first few years of your child’s life are crucial to the development of personality and intellect. This is a period during which learning takes place at an accelerated pace. We provide the sense of security and loving care that toddlers need to thrive during this stage of intense learning.

Since toddlers are especially committed to achieving independence, our teachers provide responsive individual attention as your child deals with positive experiences as well as frustration. Our curriculum takes advantage of the rapid growth of gross and fine motor skills at this stage of development.

Toddler curriculum


As a member of the Toddler class the child will be introduced to the concept of:

· Associative play

· Being a member of a group.

· Expressing needs and emotions in an appropriate manner.

· Understanding and appreciating the needs, feelings and rights of others.

· Sharing.

· Group circle time.


Through the use of learning games, materials, and books, the child will be introduced to:


As a member of the Toddler class the child will be introduced to:

· Books, stories, and language experiences.

· The concept of expressing ideas in words.

· The idea that what we say can be written down in words.

· His/her name in print.

· Listening to others


As a member of the toddler class the child will:

· Observe science experiments.


As a member of the toddler class the child will:

· Be introduced to the roles of different community services and jobs such as fire department, police department; mail service, health helpers (doctor, nurse, dentist).

· Express appropriate age emotions.

· Learn about safety rules in regards to school, home and traffic. i.e. classroom and playground

Auditory Discrimination

As a member of the toddler class the child will:

· Follow 1 oral instruction.

· Discriminate between loud and soft.

· Listen and sing along with music and musical instruments.

· Be introduced to music and movement games.




As a member of the toddler class; the child will:

· Participate in different art activities.

· Express him/her-self through the art process.

· Begin to develop small motor skills.

· Explore a variety of media and experiences such as crayons, printing, painting various forms, collages, play dough, chalk, craft type items.

Cognitive skills

Through the use of games, materials, and learning experiences the child will be introduced to concepts related to:

· Ordering

· Establishing relationships

· Comparing similarities and differences

· Classifying

· Sequencing

· Matching

· Predicting